Internal employee seminars for training towards future promotions are common among most organizations – but like any education program, consistent engagement with the new knowledge is critical towards its retention.
“If you’re not held accountable to show growth in an area, you tend not to do it,” Talented CEO Danvers Fleury tells Hypepotamus. Fleury discovered this problem while working at higher education website company, as he became more curious about how people learn as adults and how to track ROI on work-related training sessions.
“The big problem, we realized, was if you can’t track this stuff as a business, it’s difficult to invest in people,” says Fleury.
Fleury and business partner Kurt Grandis first addressed the issue with a platform to help people retain information using a few micro-courses. Shortly after, they worked together with Durham’s Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University to explore new ways for adults to retain and track the knowledge they gained during seminars.
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